Longines Masters of New York Tickets
Series: Longines Masters
Sport: Show Jumping
Venue: NYCB LIVE, Home of the Nassau Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum
Notable Riders: Pénélope Leprévost, Julien Epaillard, McLain Ward and Laura Kraut
Longines Masters of New York TicketsThe Longines Masters of New York is part of a four-city series for the sport of show jumping. The idea behind the series was to reinvent show jumping. Since 2009, there have been annual events in Paris, New York, Lausanne and Hong Kong. This series is modeled consciously on the events that sports like tennis and golf are famous for. The goal of the series is to take this exciting sport and get it out in front of the public as much as possible. Show jumping is an incredible event to see live, due to the risks and speed involved. Hearing the hooves and breathing of a horse at the live events is much more intimate than viewing this type of competition on television. Prior to the development of the Longines Masters Series, few people knew the sport outside the Olympic context. Holding an event in a media capital like New York is an effort to expand the sport. Get your tickets to see the Longines Masters of New York at StubHub.
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Where is the Longines Masters of New York held?The Longines Masters of New York is held at Nassau Memorial Coliseum at NYCB Live. Nassau Memorial Coliseum first opened in 1972. The venue was extensively renovated between 2015 and 2017 and features all-new seating. The bathrooms and concessions were also completely renovated. This venue is also covered with artwork that celebrates the local scenery, including sand dunes and other beautiful natural features. This is a great venue for equestrian events.
What is the schedule for the Longines Masters of New York?The Longines Masters of New York is held in April of every year. It is a four-day event full of exciting show-jumping. Riders include many former Olympic champions. There are also plenty of young hopefuls in contention for prizes at the Longines Masters of New York.
What is the Longines Masters of New York like?The Longines Masters of New York offers a number of exciting equestrian events, centered around the theme of show jumping. The course design for the Masters of New York is very challenging. Designer Frank Rothenberger has created courses that are difficult enough to separate the very best from the rest of the pack. In events like the Grand Prix, 29 horses and riders compete in the first round. By the second round, the field has been more than halved, with just twelve making it through to race again.
Who are some past winners of the Longines Masters of New York?Madison Goetzmann, aged just 18, won the Equo App Masters Two Grand Prix CSI2 in New York in 2019. Goetzmann is from New York State which made this an exciting win for her, and for the crowd. By winning big at such a young age, Goetzmann has set the expectation that she'll have a very successful career. Observers noted that she wasn't fazed by the tough course, which only half of the horses finished completely. Nayel Nassar won the Equo App Masters Two Grand Prix in 2019. This is the signature and closing event of the Longines Masters of New York. Nassar rode a 13-year-old Westphalian gelding named Lucifer V in the victory.
What events are similar to the Longines Masters of New York?The most similar events to the Longines Masters of New York are the other events in the series: the Masters of Paris, Hong Kong and Lausanne. Other great equestrian events include the Grand National in Aintree, England and the Kentucky Derby.
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